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NEW YORK – A large, at-home antibody testing program in the UK has yielded its first results, the UK Department of Health and Social care reported on Thursday.

Between June 20 and July 13, 100,000 volunteers tested themselves at home using finger prick tests to check if they had developed antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Study participants tested themselves using a lateral flow immunoassay manufactured by Fortress Diagnostics, an in vitro diagnostics manufacturer based in Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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